Get a 3.9% yield from this office REIT

Get a 3.9% yield from this office REIT

COVID-19 raised uncertainty over the future of the traditional office model and have weighed on this REIT over the last year. However, high-quality properties and tenants continue to help it weather the pandemic.  

What’s more, its current payouts should be sustainable as it continues to… Read More

New assets will fuel your distributions

ALLIED PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUST $41 is a buy. The trust (Toronto symbol AP.UN; Cyclical-Growth Dividend Payer Portfolio, Manufacturing sector; Units outstanding: 123.1 million; Market cap: $5.0 billion; Dividend yield: 4.0%; Dividend Sustainability Rating: Above Average; www.alliedreit.com) last raised its monthly distribution in January 2020. Investors now receive… Read More

Revenue’s up 30.4% at Allied Properties REIT

Revenue’s up 30.4% at Allied Properties REIT

Allied has grown steadily by acquisition, and in 2019 it spent $536 million on properties.

That includes new assets in Montreal, which led to a 6.0% jump in cash flow for the REIT in the most-recent quarter.

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ALLIED PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUST (Toronto symbol AP.UN; www.alliedreit.com)… Read More

High occupancy levels support their yields

CHOICE PROPERTIES REIT $14 (Toronto symbol CHP.UN; Cyclical-Growth Payer Portfolio; Manufacturing & Industry sector; Units o/s: 668.2 million; Market cap: $9.4 billion; Dividend yield: 5.3%; Dividend Sustainability Rating: Above Average; www.choicereit.ca) is Canada’s biggest real estate investment trust with 756 properties, including 20 under development, for a total… Read More

New developments set to spur cash flow

ALLIED PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUST $47.57 (Toronto symbol AP.UN; Units outstanding: 103.9 million; Market cap: $5.0 billion; TSINetwork Rating: Extra Risk; Dividend yield: 3.4%; www.alliedreit.com) owns 151 office buildings, mainly in major Canadian cities. Most of those are classified as Class I buildings. Together, they comprise… Read More